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post #121 of 125 Old 12-26-2013, 04:12 PM
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Sears has a 55" 4K UHD TV for $799.
http://www.sears.com/seiki-50-8221-class-4k-2160p-120hz-led-hdtv/p-05771591000P?prdNo=1&blockNo=1&blockType=G1




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Netflix plans to stream 'House of Cards' in 4K this spring to select smart TVs
http://www.theverge.com/2013/12/19/5226736/netflix-4k-streaming-announcement-ces-2014
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post #122 of 125 Old 12-27-2013, 09:00 AM
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Was not a good idea to buy a plasma in 2001 and not a good idea to buy UHD in 2014, wait a few years.
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My first HDTV was a bulky Sony CRT HDTV 32 inch Trinitron..it lasted awhile from late 2004 until december of 2012 when the fade to green out effect occured, hence me having a vizio 42 inch 1080p 3d smart tv for a year. It still looks good after all the firmware updates even though the apps for it suck (i prefer my smart viewing on my ps3). My dad has had a 42 inch Spectre HDTV from Costco since 2006 and still likes it.
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My first HDTV was a bulky Sony CRT HDTV 32 inch Trinitron..it lasted awhile from late 2004 until december of 2012 when the fade to green out effect occured, hence me having a vizio 42 inch 1080p 3d smart tv for a year. It still looks good after all the firmware updates even though the apps for it suck (i prefer my smart viewing on my ps3). My dad has had a 42 inch Spectre HDTV from Costco since 2006 and still likes it.

I had a 32" Trinitron for the longest time, until I moved and decided to get rid of it. Weighed a ton, had a black faux marble finish, and a separate subwoofer. I miss that TV.
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post #125 of 125 Old 01-02-2014, 11:54 AM
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I think maybe starting next year (2015) we will get UHD wether we ask for it or not, if we get the flaship model it will come with UHD, the thing is where are we going to get content from? Youtube? Itunes? Blu-ray tops (at least right now at 50 gb) :(

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